134 Modena Rd
Coatesville, PA 19320
134 Modena Rd
Coatesville, PA 19320
Administrative Assistant Email: [email protected]
We are pleased to announce a new addition to the South Coatesville Police Department. Officer Catherine Schultz was sworn-in as our newest part-time Police Officer at last evening's Borough Meeting. Officer Schultz comes to us with very different and unique experiences. In addition to working as a police officer in the Reading area of Berks County, Officer Schultz is a licensed psychologist with a Ph.D. in clinical psychology. Her experience brings a brand-new level of professionalism, and an innovative perspective, not only to our police department but also to the field of Law Enforcement in general. The South Coatesville Police Department is extremely fortunate to have Officer Schultz on our team! Please join us in congratulating Officer Catherine Schultz.
On behalf of the Chief & the Officers of SCPD, have a safe and Happy Labor Day!!!
Chief Kevin Pierce sings "Happy Birthday" to South Coatesville resident Betty Taylor, who celebrated her 100th Birthday today! As per a request to also sing a hymn, Chief Pierce serenaded Ms. Taylor with "How Great Thou Art" ! Council Women Sylvia Washington and Renee Carey were also present to celebrate Ms. Taylor's milestone Birthday. Happy Birthday to Ms. Betty Taylor!!!!
Police chief sings to local resident on her 100th birthday
SOUTH COATESVILLE—On some occasions, police officers get a bad rap, because they come into contact with people on the worst day of their lives.
In South Coatesville, Police Chief Kevin Pierce believes in the motto ‘to serve and protect,” and is a proponent of community policing.
So, when South Coatesville resident Betty Taylor turned "100" Thursday, Pierce traveled to her home to sing her a tune for her birthday, “How Great Thou Art.” Council Women Sylvia Washington and Renee Carey were also present to celebrate Ms. Taylor’s milestone birthday.
Pierce is involved in many singing engagements and has been acknowledged for having perhaps the finest voice in Chester County.
SOUTH COATESVILLE—On some occasions, police officers get a bad rap, because they come into contact with people on the worst day of their lives. In South Coatesville, Police Chief Kevin Pierce belie…
At the August Council Meeting two (2) things happened that need to be announced: Officer Jeffrey Shumate who has served the residents of South Coatesville Borough since July of 2020 as a Part-Time Officer has been promoted to Full-Time status. In addition Officer Shumate was awarded a Certificate of Achievement in Professional Conduct in Community Policing. The Certificate of Achievement was presented to him by Councilwoman Sylvia Washington & Chief Kevin Pierce.
We like congratulate Officer Shumate on job well done and on his promotion.
Found: friendly female pitbull dog (see pictures) at Baker Street in Modena. She has a blue harness on.
If she is your dog, please contact South Coatesville Police Department at (610) 384-3500.
The owner has been located. Thank you everyone. SCPD
Does anyone know who’s dog this is??? If so please contact South Coatesville Police @ 610-384-3500 or 484-473-3400
The dog has been taken to the Brandywine Valley SPCA.
1212 Phoenixville Pk, W. Chester PA 19380
UPDATE: The owner has claimed the dog at the BVSPCA.
This past week, alongside City of Coatesville Police Department, our own Police Chief Pierce was involved with National Night Out and Breakfast with the Chief.
Thank you City of Coatesville and Chief Pierce for Rita's Ice Cream!
Missing from Modena:
Female Yorkie named Nala is missing! She’s just had surgery on her stomach & has a big scar under her. She’s really skinny. She weighs approximately 7 pounds.
If you find her, please contact us here at the station at (610) 384-3500.
Tonight, August 2nd, is National Night Out! National Night Out is a national community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships. The South Coatesville Police Department will be taking part in this event by canvassing the neighbors between 5pm and 6pm tonight and serving Rita's Italian Ice (compliments of yours truly) to our resident children. Since we will also be partnering with the Coatesville City Police Department, we may not have time to hit every street in the Borough. Therefore, if you have children, please text us your street name and we will do our best to hit your street. Look for the "Coatesville Police Chilling With The Community Truck" between 5pm and 6pm.
Have a SAFE and Enjoyable Summer!
Chief Kevin Pierce (PSP LT., Ret., MS)
Borough of South Coatesville Police Department
Good Morning Residents:
We have received numerous complaints and inquiries regarding loose dogs. These two dogs (pictured) have been traveling together and have been seen in the areas of West Chester Road, Overhill Road and Montclair Avenues. Apparently, they have been very good at eluding police. Each time we receive a call, we are unable to locate them. We have been attempting to ascertain the owner of these dogs. If you happen to know who may own these dogs, please let us know ASAP. If you happen to see these dogs wandering in your neighbor, please contact our police department at the time they are seen. If you are unable to reach us on station, we are likely out on patrol. If you do not receive an answer on our police station phone, (610)384-3500, please contact the Chester County Police Radio Non-Emergency line at (610)383-7000. They will immediately dispatch the on-duty officer to the area.
Thank you for your assistance!
This week’s recycling will be picked up tomorrow, Friday, 07/08/2022.
One of our residents came across a kitten in the area of Garnett Terrance and Montclair Avenue. The resident did not want to leave the kitten outside for fear that it would not survive. The kitten, which appears to be approximately 2 months old, is safe with the resident at this time.
Anyone who may have lost a kitten, or who the owner may be, please contact our police department. We will then put you into contact with the resident holding the kitten.
Good Morning South Coatesville Residents:
Any questions concerning trash or recycling pick-up can be directed to the South Coatesville Public Works Department at [email protected].
‘Tis the season for grass cutting.
Pursuant to Section §36-1 of the South Coatesville Borough Code, no person, resident, firm or corporation owning or occupying any property within the Borough of South Coatesville shall permit any grass, weeds or any vegetation whatsoever, which is not edible or planted for some useful or ornamental purpose, to grow or remain upon such premises so as to exceed a height of six (6) inches. Any violation of these provisions are hereby declared a nuisance and detrimental to the health, safety, cleanliness and comfort of the inhabitants of the Borough. Please be advised that failure to address these violations will result in fines and penalties up to $300 per occurrence.
During routine patrol, the South Coatesville Police Department will be making note of any violations and placing door hangers on the doors (or in the mail boxes) of violators. The door hanger also list other common code violations which will also be monitored. Please make note of the items on this code violation list (such as trash violations on your property) to ensure that you remain in compliance with our Borough Code.
Should you have any questions or require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact our department at (610) 384-3500.
Thank you and have a safe day!
RESIDENTS: **Missing Pup from Baker Street, Modena.
Have you seen this adorable puppy? Last seen around 415am. No collar. Female French Bulldog. If seen, please contact the owner at 267-206-1788 or South Coatesville PD. Thank you!
The Boro Hall at South Coatesville will be CLOSED tomorrow (Tues. 5/17/22) for the Primary Elections. Will reopen on Wednesday at 8am.
Our deepest sympathies to Clayton's family and friends and the community at Modena.
Residents of South Coatesville & Modena:
This is a message from the Chester County Department of Emergency Services on behalf of the South Coatesville Police Department and the Pennsylvania State Police, who are attempting to locate Laura Ann Pearce. Missing Subject is a white female, 32 years old, 4'9" and 157 pounds, with brown shoulder length hair and green eyes. Subject has mental disabilities and may be lost or confused. Anyone with information on the subject's whereabouts is asked to please contact police immediately by calling 911, Non Emergency Number (610) 383-7000 or the South Coatesville Police Department at 610-384-3500l. Thank you.
We extend our sincere condolences, thoughts and prayers to our brothers and sisters of the Pennsylvania State Police and the family of the civilian victim. from the crash on I-95 in Philadelphia that occurred early this morning that took the lives of two PA State Police Troopers and a civilian.
REMEMBER: you MUST MOVE OVER and slow down in an emergency response area!!!!
South Coatesville / Modena Residents:
Have you seen this adorable dog by chance today? She has been missing from Southview Townhomes since this morning and her parents are missing her! She is a Husky mix with one blue eye and one brown eye. Her name is Mishka. Her lease is attached. She's friendly. If found, please call South Coatesville PD at (610) 384-3500 or stop by the station w/her so we can get her back to her loving parents.
EDIT: She's home safely with her parents!
South Coatesville Police would like to THANK Nothing Bundt Cakes from Exton for the delicious cake that was dropped off yesterday for Nation Law Enforcement Day that was observed over the weekend. We truly appreciate the thoughtfulness.
From South Coatesville Police Department to our residences .... we wish you all a HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Please keep safe during the New Year!
With 2021 coming to a close and 2022 about to ring in, its a good time to go through your old medicine and discard what is outdated! From Mon-Thurs 10-3, you can stop here at the Police Department to get rid of them! Ring the bell and you can drop them off in this box. One less clutter for 2022!!
2021 Christmas Breakfast at Little Chef with Chief Pierce, Public Works, Administrative Assistants of Borough of South Coatesville, Officers Shumate, Thompson, and Schreiber and Police Administrative Assistant. We appreciated our "special" breakfast treat.
If you have an emergency, please call 911 or County Dispatch at (610) 383-7000.
On Saturday, December 18, 2021 at Modena Fire House Christmas Party, Sgt. Gober was honorably recognized for his exemplary service and dedication to the community while braving through the storm of Hurricane Ida. Presenting him the award was Modena Borough Council President Jennifer Daywalt.
Congrats to you Sgt for work well done!!
On Saturday, 12/11/2021 Chief Pierce and Officer Shumate participated in the 2021 Coatesville Area Shop With a Cop at the Parkesburg Walmart. Thank you Coatesville PD for inviting South Coatesville to participate in this wonderful event.
17 days until Christmas! If you are still decorating, checkout these friendly tips!
Last Saturday, December 4, 2021, Officers LaTorre and Shumate participated in Coatesville City Christmas Parade. Proud to announce that South Coatesville PD won 2nd Place! Thank you Officer LaTorre and Officer Shumate for representing South Coatesville!
FYI - in our neighboring Modena ...
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 18 - Public Works will be doing patch work on BAKER STREET. Please use caution while travelling and expect delays while work is being performed.
From South Coatesville Police Officers & Staff:
Happy Veteran's Day! We are thankful to the past servicemen & women and our current servicemen and women. May God Bless you all. ❤
Modena Road Closed between Overhill Road & Union Street ... expected to re-open beginning of December.
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What a cool and lovely day in South Coatesville!
REMINDER: turn your clocks back 1 hour on Saturday night and enjoy the extra hour sleep!
Have a great Thursday!
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We began our day at Olivet United Methodist Church for photos with Santa, breakfast and some festive entertainment. We thank the church for the use of their beautiful space, Chester County Sheriff's Office's Deputy James Audette for playing the saxophone and South Coatesville Police's Chief Kevin Pierce for sharing his wonderful voice as he sang festive songs.
After announcements, the kids were loaded onto a bus provided by Krapf School Bus where a joyful driver greeted the kids and safely navigated their parade-style journey to Parkesburg Wal-Mart, surrounded by dozens of first responder vehicles. We thank Constable Tyrone Harley and The City of Coatesville Parks & Recreation Chairperson, Ajene Livingston, for serving as chaperones. Upon arrival, the kids were teamed up with an officer that served as their es**rt and shopping consultant. It was a great opportunity to spend one-on-one time with the youth, share some laughs and have important conversation. It was nice to see so many kids thinking of others as they made gift selections. We thank Walmart for all of their support, including a significant discount, wrapping supplies and use of their breakroom. The staff was amazing and helped make the program enjoyable for the participants, officers and volunteers.
Once again this year, Witmer Public Safety Group was our presenting sponsor and we sincerely thank the employees of WPSG and the Witmer Family for their tremendous support. Their desire to help make kids smile and assist us in building constructive relationships between community and police is incredible. We also thank the Coatesville Police Officers Union and the several anonymous community members that helped support the program by anonymously providing financial contributions.
Having help from our 'friends in blue' is always appreciated. We thank Caln Township Police Department, South Coatesville Police, West Brandywine Police Department, West Sadsbury Township Police, Pennsylvania State Police, Sadsbury Township Police Department, Valley Township Police Department, Chester County Sheriff's Office and West Caln Township Police Department for joining us.
We thank Helen from Coatesville Youth Initiative for serving as our photographer and capturing a variety of moments that we're able to share. We also thank Chris Hutelmyer from Arts and Athletics Club for volunteering to chronicle the program on video.
Most importantly, we thank the youth (and their families) that we had an opportunity to connect with yesterday. It may have only been a four-hour event but we hope that it leads to a lifetime of mutual respect and ongoing constructive relationships with the youth and families we serve.
Modena Rd remains a single lane near Union St. Repair work is on hold until PennDot receives clearance from the DEP.
Baker St. - we are awaiting info from a contractor and are hoping to be working there next week.
Woodland Ave remains closed to through traffic. Due to the extent of repairs needed, it is likely to remain closed thru the winter. The road is not safe to travel on in the barricaded area. The road continues to deteriorate and a sinkhole could open at anytime. DO NOT MOVE THE BARRICADES. We are asking South Coatesville Police to patrol more frequently and cite anyone caught traveling through the closed off section of road.
Come join us and have a wonderful day with our hosts: the South Coatesville Police and Deliverance Church!!
Please consider being a spectator, or race participant, as a show of support for Chesco’s first responders.
October 16th, Hibernia County Park
08:30 Opening ceremony
10:00 Award ceremony
11:00 Event end
Thank you South Coatesville PD for all you do!
Hailey’s bike has been located. Thank you for your assistance! Unfortunately, it was found in a creek, heavily damaged. The reward still stands for anyone who may be able to provide any information regarding the person(s) involved in stealing Hailey’s bike. Anyone having such information are asked to contact the South Coatesville Police Department at (610)384-3500 or via cell at (484)473-3400, or you may reply to this email.
From the office of Chief Kevin Pierce, South Coatesville Police
S.W.A.C. Photos #1